As in hair transplantation procedures, roots are taken with the FUE technique in moustache and beard transplantation procedures.
The key nuance to bear in mind in beard transplantation is the method of opening the channels where the roots will be placed.
With the Lateral Slit technique that we have been working on and developed for many years, we can easily open the channels with 10-15 degrees, which is the original outlet direction of the beard, and 25-35 degrees in hair transplantation.
Beard transplantation can be applied to anyone between the ages of 20 and 70 who does not have any health problems.
The most frequently asked questions in beard transplantation are;
- Will there be any scar on my face?
- Will there be any complications after the operation?
- If the channels are opened deep, will I get holes in my face?
- Will there be any damage to the nerve tissue and capillaries in my face? we overcome such questions by this technique we ourselves have developed.
Description of the characteristics of the lateral slit (Coronal Slit) technique:
We use a special tool that we have developed with blades prepared specifically according to the graft thickness used to open the channels and the planned surgery.
With this method, channels are opened at much lower angles than other methods. This angle can be reduced to an average angle of 10-15 degrees. In hair transplantation, you get the original hair growth angles before you lose your hair. Especially in those with thin skin, it provides an advantage in the transplantation to the beard area.
Thanks to specially prepared special tools, the natural angle of your beard is imitated.
Since the depth of the channel opened by this technique is adjusted according to the root length of the grafts taken, there is no risk of the deep opening of the channels. This removes us from the possibility of damage to superficial fine vessels by other materials that can open deeper channels.
The diameter of the channels overlaps with the grafts. Therefore, the healing is faster than the transplantation with other materials, and then, no difference (hole or bulging) is felt on our face on the surface. Since grafts are less likely to put pressure on each other than other methods, they allow more frequent placement of roots.